New watchOS 5 beta probably won’t brick your Apple Watch

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It might be getting old, but your Apple Watch could still be worth a small fortune.
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Apple has issued an updated watchOS 5 beta for Apple Watch.

The new build comes just one week after the first was seeded to developers during WWDC. Apple was forced to pull it shortly after its release following reports that it had bricked some Apple Watch Series 2 units.

Stunning OnePlus 6 wallpapers look awesome on iPhone X

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Make back some of the money you just spent by selling your old iPhone.
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OnePlus revealed its latest flagship on Tuesday with an edge-to-edge display inspired by iPhone X. The OnePlus 6 is the Chinese company’s prettiest smartphone yet, and it ships with a bunch of gorgeous wallpapers that look awesome on any home screen.

Download them for your iPhone right here.

How to download all your old Instagram photos and videos

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Instagram has a new tool for downloading old photos.
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Pulling your photos off of Instagram just got a lot easier.

Instagram revealed today that it is finally starting to roll out a new tool that lets any Instagram user retrieve all of the photos, videos, comments, likes and other data stored on Instagram’s servers.

Get your data by following these steps:

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Fortnite is awesome on mobile. It just needs tweaking.
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Fortnite beta FAQ: World’s hottest game comes to iOS

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Fortnite is among the most anticipated games of 2018.
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Epic Games is bringing Fortnite Battle Royale, the hottest game you can play right now, to mobile. It is now inviting players to enjoy early access on iPhone and iPad, with the first invites set to roll out later this week.

While you’re impatiently waiting to get yours, you’re probably asking lots of questions about how the preview will work, and what the game will be like on mobile. Who will get invites first? How will it handle cross-platform play with PlayStation 4 and PC? Can you use a wireless controller?

Here’s everything you need to know so far about Fortnite on iOS.

Google Chrome is making passwords simpler to download

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Importing to a password manager will be easy.
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Google is making it easier to download all your saved passwords from Chrome. It has long offered the ability to export the data, but the process has been complicated and cumbersome. That’s going to change “soon” with a new export system.